Turn signal spring: Jeep turn signal

This repair is on a 1994 Jeep Wrangler YJ turn signal return spring.  The turn signal was giving me issues with not returning to the neutral position after making a turn.  The new return spring in this video fit well and is working great!  I also show the steps for removing the steering wheel and parts to access the turn signal.  Thanks for watching JeepSolid!  I am not a certified mechanic, just a hobbyist who enjoys working on Jeeps!


Cowl vent: Jeep dash leak

Ever have your dash clog with “something” and pour water all over your feet?  The drain in the cowl vent on the hood can become clogged with debris. When this overflows it can leak into and under the dash. In this video, I show an easy way to keep this drain clean!

Dielectric grease use

Do you know how to properly use dielectric grease?  Many people misunderstand how dielectric grease is intended to be used. In this video I explain the purpose of and how to use dielectric grease.

Jeep Wrangler oil pan gasket replacement

Replacing my oil pan gasket on my 1994 Jeep Wrangler six-cylinder. It’s a good idea to disconnect the negative battery cable. Then drain the oil. When replacing the oil pan, replace the bolts starting in the center and work out. Torque specifications: 1/4 x 20 bolts 84 in-lbs. 5/16 x 18 bolts 132 in-lbs.